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and welcome to fox news reporting. 36 days that decided the presidency. 2000 campaign between george bush and al gore was a very tight campaign. it was filled with mistakes by all the television news networks. that led to angry legally battles in the courts of florida and finally the u.s. supreme court. join me as we look back as those 36 days as the fight for the white house continues between then vice president al gore and texas governor george w. bush. >> to have a fresh start. one of the reasons i was successful as governor i didn't try to be all things to all people. >> the only way we could convince voters to vote for al gore -- >> we are electing a new president and i stand here as my own man. i want you to know me for who i truly am. >> about a week and a half before the election, karl rove suggested that bush could he could with win by nine points. >> brett, they are waiting 20 minutes on the story. >> we have four days before the left polls before revelations about george w. bush. >> there is a report out tonight 24 years i was apprehended in maine for a d.u.i.. >> he blames me
. >> revealations about governor george w. bush. >> there is a report out tonight that 24 years ago i was apprehended in maine for a d.u.i. that is an accurate story. >> karl rove still blames me and fox for breaking the dwi story. he to this day believes that george w. bush's election campaign was derailed with suburban women voters as a consequence of the d.w.i. story. >> they tried to say the gore campaign planted it. i don't think anybody believed that. >> the friday before the election we had a last tracking poll in florida. the last tracking poll said we were three points ahead. >> but i remember very early in the moring getting a phone call from a very accomplished business person in boca raton who said i think i just voted for pat buchanan and what can i do about it? >> bret: mitchell berger recalls trying to contact the man who designed the ballots. >> wouldn't answer the phones. we literally had to no contest knock down the doors when we found out what was going on. >> bret: more trouble was already brewing at the the television news networks. >> catherine harris sent to eac
the communist threat from the halls of of geneva to the beaches of grenada. then it was george w. bush and british prime minister blair. they formed a relationship that shocked their closist advisers. we spoke with both. some of the people who knew them best about that relationship and how it shaped the war on terror. >> thank you. >> i admire courage in people. tony blair is a courageous person. god bless america! >> sean: in the aftermath of the september 11th, attacks george bush and tony blair faced a new world. radical islam threatened freedom and they vowed to take the fight to the enemy. >> up until that point bill clinton had lobbed a few cruise missiles into afghanistan. this was a proper existential struggle this was something that bush and blair knew beforehand but 9/11 gave them the power they needed to do something about it. >> sean: over the course of eight years bush and blair fought to beat back the islamist threat and plant democracy in its place. >> what i saw when i became chief of staff in early 2006 i thought was one of the most extraordinary rips i saw within the
, 36 days that decided the presidency. the 2000 campaign between george w. bush and al gore was a tight race. as a result, election night coverage was filled with mistakes and blown projections by all of the television news networks. that let to endless legal battles in the courts of florida and finally the u.s. supreme court. join me as we look back as the suspenseful 36 days as the fight for the white house continued between then vice president al gore and texas governor george w. bush. >> so much bitterness in washington. time to have a fresh start. >> one of the reasons i was successful as the governor of texas is because i didn't try to be all things to all people. >> the only way to convince voters to vote for al gore was to not ask them for a third clinton term. >> we are entering a new time. we are electing a new president and i stand here tonight as my own man and i want you to know me for who i really am. >> well, about a week and a half before the election, karl rove suggested that george bush could actually win by as many as nine points across the country. >> bret. >> the bu
and the conservative movement. >> you win some and lose some. >> george w. bush conservative. >> compassionate conservatives are like low fat potato shi chi put them together they are perfect. >> what's the next step? >> >> hello welcome to the 5th episode of this fox news series the right all along the rise fall and future of conservatism. i am brit hume. from 80 to 88 conservatives had the upper hand in a decade long debate over the proper size and scope of the government. ronald regular gant didn't dr k shrink the federal government he did slow the growth. he fought back against liberal judicial activism and pushing soviet union to the brink that exposed the soviet yet union could long endure wochlt he be replaced by someone who would follow his vision. george herbert walker bush seemed next in line. many distruthed him who had the ultimate insider washington resume. others thought he would inherit the men. the voting began. >> come in here looking for the nomination. >> leaderless campaign. >> this is not a campaign. this is a cause. >> feel i might be a successor. >> the reverend pat rob
of most recent articles and then i sat there and i looked again at the map that is in george bush's book and it struck me we went into iraq in large part to isolate iran. as i sat there looking at it and i realized that, you know, afghanistan -- if it were a flourishing democracy and if iraq were a flourishing democracy you would essentially make sure that iran was isolated. and, in fact, later on in the book, as bush is discussing sort of hezbollah and lebanon, he does say that one of the longer term strategic gains was to isolate both iran and syria. and i think what you see is with a much larger strategy of, if you will, afghanistan, iraq, bringing pakistan on as an ally, liberating or making more robust the democracy in lebanon, what you end up seeing is actually of a playing out of that precise strategy. >> boston, doug, you are on with our historians round table, please go ahead with your question. >> yeah, i think bush is delusion to the point where he thinks we're all stupid. there's one thing i know for sure has if bush, cheney, rumsfeld -- any of those characters step out of th
it was modified was under george bush. you have seen everyone from collin powell to condoleezza rice supporting it. this is going without a treaty that would allow for inspection of nueclar arms in the country of russia which has had issue with loose nukes and not putting money into their security. we have been without a treaty for a year. that is why the democrats in the senate, along with a few brave republicans here, are pushing to get this done. i believe those are two examples where the senate, just to show you, is worth to the nth hour. we will work through christmas to get these bills passed. >> do you think there is an appetite to change the rules of the senate? so that the filibuster cannot be used in the specific way it has been used throughout this congress to block every single piece of significant legislation and require 60 votes on everything the senate votes on? >> i believe there is a way to change the rules. >> we have the new senators that have come in. a lot of us have managed things. we're appalled by the abuses going on. sometimes things will pass. sometimes things will fail.
. >> george bush will be remembered the courage in time to say i am not giving up. >> what happens he over shot. >> the only moment where republicans were fired up was when sarah palin was making a speech. >> come join our cause. >> they believe in bigger government higher taxes or spending. that need be to a disagreement or two. >> i am going to speak my mind. >> every week there was some accelerant being added to this blame. >> this is the most dynamic force. >> it is always to be proven again and again and again. >> welcome to the final installment in the fox news series "the right all along" the rise fall and future of conservatism. by the end of the 20th century the conservative movement achieved many of the goals free market economics revitalized the era of big government over. conservatives believed even a pushed democratic president markedly to the rye. clinton rolled back welfare fine -- signed a budget. mr. bush called himself something new, a compassionate conservative. >> george bush is not the president of policy he was president on political issue. he understood ronald reagan
of the race, and back in, and still got one out of five votes, ahead of george bush -- bill clinton in utah, george bush in maine. it was really a factor in determining the outcome of the race. i just think that michael bloomberg could very well be that. as far as commissions are concerned, god bless them. the greenspan commission that supposedly said social security was the work of tip o'neill and ronald reagan. that's what it was. i was a deal between them, not the commission. >> that is the point, a commission has to have support of the two parties. >> going back to blumberg, he would be a spoiler. he is not going to win, but he could be a spoiler. >> like ross perot, he could affect the outcome of the election. there is no way he will be president. >> that is the last word. see you next week. for a transcript of this broadcast, log on to insidewashington.tv.
minister about afghanistan and other things. ask him about george bush's new book. ask him as well about whether the world cup might come to moscow in 2018. lots more ahead. don't go away. >> larry: we're back with prime minister putin. the former ussr. spent nine years fighting in afghanistan. in fact, i believe we discussed this last time we were together ten years ago. they spent -- your country spent there without victory. some call it the soviet union's vietnam. do you think the united states will do any better in afghanistan? >> translator: first, i don't think it would be right to make such a comparison with regard to afghanistan. our troops withdrew from afghanistan in organized, quiet manner. after withdrawal of our troops, the regime which had been supported by the soviet union, lasted for three years in a quiet mode. it was destroyed by taliban. virtually after the collapse of the soviet union when there was no longer any support to be provided by the former soviet union to them. i believe that the soviet union made many mistakes there. the blunder was the fact that soviet tro
others could not do. he went on to defeat george w. bush everything you could think of was thrown at him in the media. there were rumors running on the internet. yet he 01. the 91, the speech he gave, -- the night he won, the speech he gave, he give it in chicago and i was in tears. i was texting people across the world. we were all in tears. it was a fantastically wonderful moment for people of color. >> what do people say who have followed that, who are minorities, the impact of how people view the united states? >> first of all, for people of color, minorities around the world, it has made them think better of america. the majority were able to rise above their history. but it says something for the american plant capacity for renewal. -- american capacity for renewal. the idea that a black man can live in a free world is a fantastic role model and encouragement for black young people. here you have this wonderful family in the white house, michele, barack, the two girls. it is such a great thing to see. i think, all around the world, whatever happens in the remains of his presidency,
for the hour george w. bush joins us in studio. mr. president it is an honor. thank you for being here with us. earlier this week the president's long awaited memoir hit bookstores worldwide. in our audience are some of the key figures who advised president bush throughout his eight years in office. andy card, former white house press secretary dana perino. former counsel to the president karen hughes and@tuç steven hadley. thank you all for being with us tonight. [ applause ] >> sean: i'm sure your boss is happy to see all of you as well. first of all you have become a little like a rock star. you start your book tour, people sleeping overnight outside a bookstore you have thousands of people. >> i signed 2400 and i couldn't thank people enough for showing an interest. i appreciate it. my objective is to plain what it was like to be the president of this great country. i fully understand some people agreed with the decisions i made, some didn't. nevertheless, if they read the book they will have a sense of why. i've read a lot of history prior to the presidency and during. i realize it takes
. tonight for the hour, the 43rd president of the united states, george w. bush joins us in studio. mr. president, honor to have you here. thank you for being here. his long awaited memoir "decision point" hit bookstores worldwide and in the audience are key figures who advised president bush in the eight years in office. form ewhite house chief of staff andy card, and press secretary dana perino and former counsel to president karen hughes and former national security advisor steve hadley. i want to thank you all for being with us tonight. [ applause ] i'm sure your boss is happy to see you as well. first, you've become like a rock star. you started your book tour and you had people sleeping overnight outside a bookstore in dallas and thousands of people. >> i signed about 2400 books. i couldn't thank people enough for showing an interest. i appreciate it. my objective is to explain what it is like to be the president of this great country. i understand some people agree with the decisions i made and they read the book they'll understand why. i read history prior and during the presid
thing. i can use another two words. george bush. h. w. bush. each of the aces you can see by no means were the president's tallying or listening or being controlled by the pro-israel lobby, and let me talk specifically about the case of barak obama and where we are today in the peace process to show you a kind of case study of the arab lobby's influence. now, the israeli lobby's basic philosophy is that the government of israel as the democratically elected representatives of the people should decide the fate of israel and should engage in direct negotiations with the arabs, palestinians, the other arab states to negotiate a now two-state solution is the preferred result. the arab lobby has a different approach, especially the arabists in the state department. they believe a number of things. one, that israel has to be coerced. they are not making peace on their own unless the united states uses its power to force them. they believe that israel, the israeli people are either too stupid, too immature, too evil to know what's good for them, and that they should be saved in spite of them
. bush. yeah. george w. bush grew the debt by $4.9 trillion. sorry, you guys. our first grandson. >> father: he sees you. >> ( "imagine" by john lennon playing ) >> ( laughing softly ) >> ( woman speaking korean ) >> ( child speaking korean ) >> ( children chattering ) >> dwight d. eisenhower: in the goodness of time, all peoples will come to live together in a peace guaranteed... >> john lennon: ♪ you may say ♪ i'm a dreamer ♪ but i'm not the only one >> ( blowing whistle ) >> ♪ i hope someday... >> good night, baby. >> ♪ ...you'll join us ♪ and the world ♪ will be as one >> woman: together, we are the human network. cisco. >>> we try and we try and we try and we try to get republicans to come on this show. and this year, we got at about, 0-13. when we did hit the precious few times, we had friendly, mostly civil, unforgettable results. our year of chasing republicans and mostly not catching them, coming up. like this one. and this one. and oops, my bad. so, they give expedia ginormous discounts with these: unpublished rates. which means i get an even more rockin'
for everybody, and allow the schedule -- it was george bush's law that would extend to next january, back to the clinton era. when that passes the house and when 53 senators vote to do that, somehow 36 became the will of the congress. in the end, i don't know what would happen. i'm disappointed the president did not join with us. yes, we want a tax level for most of the people. we want an estate tax. we're talking about 3.5 million. we want unemployment compensation. we want to do all these things. let's have the republicans be the ones to propose it. he's bought into this notion in a dispute between two sides, when one side says, we won't do it, we're being obstructive. >> it's not essentially a social security payroll tax. it does limit the funding of social security via payroll. if that goes through, does that, in fact, make social security vulnerable in a practical sense or a theatrical, opening pandora's box sense. >> it would add to the argument that those who say social security is running out of money. i should have mentioned this, the other day, yesterday, the great majority of r
a true majority party, they're going to need a huge percentage of the hispanic vote. george w. bush in 2004 got 40% of it. she got less than 30% of it out there, way down below. and hry reid won that race going away because of what sharon engle did. that is the exact huge mistake that all republicans in the future have to somehow figure out how to come to grips with and avoid if they want to go forward. chris: a disease that party is suffering from. >> those opposing the dream act which would enable latino kids college or o t into the military have citizenship. those people are going suffer. chris: let's go to the next category. the annual foot and in mouth prize. maybe i should be up for this pimesm time. joe biden's a friend of big oil. at ha ouse hearing, here he is, when bp was on the carpet, he apologized for putting them on the carpet. >> and this shakedown, i apologize. chris: it was british prime minister gordon graham campaigning in the hinterlands and count iring a woman upset about immigration and forgetting he was wearing a mic. >> all of these eastern europeans welcome
is under george bush after the tax cuts were passed we had ridiculously low unemployment. the unemployment didn't go back up until 2007. >> let's look at income growth, stock market, deficit, everything and compare clinton and bush. in the entire eight years bush was president created 1 million jobs. please, what are we arguing about? you got to deal with the facts, erick. >> the facts is the unemployment rate under george bush after 2003 was significantly low. >> okay. all right. the stock market was better under bush. you're going to look like a fool, man. don't do it. don't say that. >> james, i could be wrong on the stock market but i'm absolutely right on the unemployment. >> you couldn't be wrong on the stock market. you are wrong. >> you know i'm right on unemployment, james. >> if i could -- >> jobs created not close. not close. >> what's interesting is you're talking clinton/bush and not bush/obama. >> obama, the stock market is much better under obama than bush, much better. >> here is what is really clear is that under clinton, you did have a peace and prosperity that was broade
george bush sent a message, you knew where he was coming from. if you were an enemy of freedom, you were going to be taking on the united states of america. barack obama, i think, terrorists, i think our enemies feel impunity, because he's weak. >> i disagree. america is the most powerful nation in the world. it was with bush, it is under obama. fundamentally obama has done a lot for america's -- >> sean: dictators apologizes for america, saying america is arrogant? >> he's popular outside of america. >> sean: not america. your leaders are upset at his economic policies, which are failing. it's hurting the rest of the world's economy. america needs a recovery, and that will help europe, that will help the entire world. >> well, fundamentally the american economy is doing pretty well. >> sean: fundamentally it's in -- >> it's been up. >> sean: can i give you one copy of the "wall street journal"? i disagree. >> if we stipulate her argument that president obama is popular in europe and elsewhere in the world, the reason that he is popular is he's because perceived as weak and these countri
it is, what percent it is? >> no. >> it's 10%. that's the george bush bottom tax bracket. you know what happens in january if you don't do something about it? it goes up to 15%, which was the bottom tax bracket under bill clinton. >> no one wants to see that happen. >> no one wants -- people are advocating that it happen. >> no one -- >> you're saying let it happen. >> with all due respect -- >> one person here wants that to happen. there's only one person saying it shouldn't happen and that's ezra cleklein. why shouldn't the democrats be willing to stunt this all the way through to january, february and march and fight over this, allow the tax rates to go up to the clinton level on january 1st? why did you say they shouldn't do that, that they should take a deal before december 31st? >> i'm not going to spend five seconds defending the administration's strategy or communications here. both have been horrible. we're not having a discussion yet in this segment about what this deal looks like. we just struck a deal basically this morning. we should say what's in it. when we talk about the
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, they will tell you they got angry under george bush, and angrier still under president obama with the health care bill driving that sentiment. you obviously have a senator here and marco rubio but for the sentiments and tea party would be but an as risk on the political spectrum and in the country. i think it's important to recognize that political issues surface because of real concerns. now, my friend, bill press, doesn't like the fact there is talk radio and presumably would not like the fact that i work for fox news, but the reason why these stations have done and networks have done as well as they have because people listen. rest assured the businessmen running them are not ideologs first and foremost, but businessmen. it's not a 55-45 nation, but a country in the exit polls thamps 42 conservative and 40 liberal. them just the facts. i'm somebody who thinks like john avlon and worked for many democrats and mayor bloomberg in new york city, and i'm not necessarily comforted by that, but i don't deny the reality of what's happened. in is a center right country, and if you put the moderates in
george bush, who has now gotten project homeless connect in over 50 states, and i think it is over 230 cities in the united states along with the 10-year plan, was also a member of that original committee. we are here today -- and judith is going to help me -- this is one of the most incredible human beings, and she has been in charge for six years doing one hell of a job taking care of the four -- the poor. >> thank you. today, we are going to begin with a beginning and vacation. can i get an acknowledgment for the jewish relations community council and the consortium of jewish community groups that are here today? if you could please stand, let's give you a round of applause. >> good morning. are you all very comfortable? good, stand up. [laughter] now, i will make this very quick and very easy. the best way to understand what you are doing today is the word justice. the word charity means to care. god does not care if you care. even if -- even the guy you may not believe in does not care if you care, but justice is what we are committed to do. this is by way of a very moving prayer
expectations of the larger american experience in iraq. >> george bush said, iraq has nuclear weapon and we have to get there and take it all. okay, where is it? did they find it? no, they didn't. it was -- it was a big huge lie. okay, we lie, iraqis lie, but george bush lie, too. >> reporter: dan may have mixed feelings about mention, but he knows it's extremely unsafe for both him and his family if he goes back to iraq. though, we go out to talk to several arab and muslim organizations that might be able to help dan stay here. >> so, what do you want to do? >> i want to find a place to live for me with a place where there is arab people. find a job. >> reporter: as we go from meeting to meeting, it becomes increasingly clear that dan's only option may be to stay for awhile in a homeless shelter. >> i see your eyes swelling up on me, little brother. you understand me? it's okay to let them out. >> i do. >> you understand me? because that's part of being human, when you're hurt and confused, it's okay. we're going to make it with us. >> reporter: as dan prays with the group, the dire realit
in washington for us this morning, preeti, thanks. >>> security at the home of former president george bush near dallas officials say a man was showing off his classic sports car wednesday morning, his gas pedal got stuck and ended up on the former president's front lawn. the man passed all sobriety test es and was released. the former president and his wife laura were home at the time but never in any danger. >>> former white house chief of staff rahm emanuel one step closer to running for mayor of chicago. a hearing officer recommended this morning his name appear on the february ballot despite challenges of residency. he spent much of the last two years living in washington working for president obama. the chicago board of election commissioners needs to approve the ruling. >>> after a week of torrential rain, southern california is finally drying out. totals range from over 8 inches in los angeles to over 26 inches in san bernardino county. but the threat of more dangerous mud slides is not over yet. kendis gibson reports. >> reporter: after a week of torrential downpours, wednesday's major
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. this isn't about credit. and when george bush stood up there with the bullhorn right after 9/11, was he talking about political credit? mr. kyl, mr. mccain, where are you on this issue? remember all of those people that were running around with fire department of new york hats, so proud of america's finest, but now when they're sick, now when it's time to help them, you're not there. you're not there. you're worried about a dollar. jon kyl is asking, well, what's the money for? we haven't heard -- we haven't had any hearings on this. uh, can we roll it back a week? mr. kyl, we didn't have any hearings on this bill tax compromise that you held america hostage on. we didn't get any hearings on that. but i guess we got to have hearings if you want it, right? get your cell phones out, folks, i want to know what you think about tonight's text survey question. the question is, does it surprise you that the republicans are blocking a bill that provides health care to 9/11 heroes? text at q at k"a" for yes. >>> joining me now is congressman jerry nadler, whose district includes ground zero. con
in 2004 with george bush standing there saying, he'd never let those people down. because that's what the republican party is doing. >> well, i'll tell you what, you know the republicans love to jump up in election time and talk to americans, hey, we support the troops. this is just like supporting the troops. and i cannot believe that this has become a political football in the mix of who gets credit in the conversation in washington. bob, great to have you with us tonight. >> thanks so much, ed. >> thanks so much. >>> coming up, senators jon kyl and john mccain, well they just won't give it up. thai in the denial of the repeal of don't ask, don't tell. i think that they're a bunch of bigot. the chairman of the only organization representing gay conservatives joins me at the bottom of the hour to talk about it. >>> and just who in the heck does sarah palin think she is to teach her kbids hard work? she should send a press bullet into her kids reminding them that she quit as governor of alaska. we'll get some rapid-fire response on that big show last night. >>> plus, bat crazy. michel
. in that sense, you could compare him to george bush but i am not sure he would embrace the comparison. george bush also was from a more traditional u.s. background. the key thing about david cameron is that he has given the impression of wanting to change the conservative party and make a more modern -- and make it more mmodern. it wants to have a more open- minded approach on how you run government. on things like the budget, they are pretty traditional in the sense of wanting to cut spending sharply. that is something we have seen from conservative governments that we don't always see from u.s.-republican governments. they talk about a but they don't usually spend -- cut spending. >> if you look at britain from the united states and cannot figure out what is going on with all the cuts and you refer to cutbacks, can you explain to us how severe economic cutbacks are here? >> they have not yet benton but they are going to buy a 10 people will see that. to explain how severe the cuts will need to be, one has to give the impression first of the of bloated ness and profligacy a british governmen
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